Q: How can I request to be reimbursed from a contractor on a plumbing job done incorrectly?
Contractor hired last year to redo bathroom. Installed shower valve wrong which lead to plumbing leaks. Had to hire a plumber to rip open walls and fix.
A homeowner may file a complaint against a contractor who performed work on their home. A complaint can also be filed against those professionals the CRLB licenses. Complaints cannot be filed on work conducted on commercial properties.
The list of contractors includes, but is not limited to carpenters, siding installers, roofers, foundation installers, drywall installers, plasterers, insulation installers, ceramic tile installers, floor covering installers, swimming pool installers, masons, painters, chimney installers and fireplace installers.
Subcontractors and contractors may also file complaints against each other so long as the complainant is registered with the SBO.
To file a complaint against plumbers and irrigators, electricians, alarm businesses, telecommunications, hoisting engineers, and mechanical contractors, please contact the RI Department of Labor and Training.
has instructions to help with your contractor dispute in Rhode Island.
Consider contacting and engaging a practicing attorney to help you prepare, present, and press your case in court, if necessary.
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